I spent two months living in a sub-lease apartment where I slept in the bed of a loose aquaitance without ever meeting him before, during, or after the duration of my stay. All of the objects photographed are owned by the man I had subleased from while he was away for the summer. As I lived among his belongings, feelings of voyeurism and intimacy percipitated through my observations. The work concerns the ethics of ownership in terms of physical commodities, space, and photographic representations from inside an intimate living environment. Personal themes of fleeting domesticity and tentative decision-making place an uneasiness in both the ethics and aesthetics of this body of work.